A Brave New World Awaits: The Elder and Special Needs Law Practice of the Future (PDF)
This EIA examines the elder & special needs law practice of the future amid evolving technological developments. While these developments may result in increased productivity, added security measures are needed for protection from cyber crime. The authors' practice vision includes differences in elder & special needs clients, new practice areas emerging while others disappear, and other changes impacting elder and special needs attorneys overall.
Thomas Caffrey is president of Premier Software. Mary WanderPolo, CELA, CAP, Montclair, N.J., is a Fellow of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and member of the NAELA Journal Editorial Board.
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